פתרון בגרות שאלון ד׳ Module D חורף תשע״ו 2016 414, 016115שאלון Part I - Question 1 • The narrator disliked Mr. Kelada when they meet for the first time because Mr. Kelada(-) • looks British • calls him mister • likes to talk a lot • tries to sell him cards Part I - Question 2 • Which of the following is true about Mr. Rasmey? • He was born in Japan. • He always needs to be right. • He organizes games on the ship. • He is loved by everybody. Part I - Question 3 • During the discussion about the pearls Mr. Kelada says “you take my word for it, Mrs. Ramsay, that chain you're wearing will never be worth a cent less it is now”. How does he know this? • Mr. Kelada is in the pearl business. He is travelling from the USA to Japan to check the Japanese business of cultured pearls. Part I - Question 4 • It has been said that “Mr. Know All” is a story about stereotypes. Choose ONE of the characters in the story and show how he/she represents a stereotype.Give information from the story to support your answer. Part I - Answer 4 The Narrator - Even though we don’t know his name, it is clear throughout the story that he is British. Not only that, but we understand that he is very proud of being British. He acts like a snob. He points out that even tough Mr. Kelada has a British passport- he was not born, in his opinion, in Britain, but rather in the Middle East. He doesn't like Mr. Kelada and often refers and tells us he has an oriental smile. He disliked Mr. Kelada even before he met him, based on his name and appearance that simply didn’t sound and look British enough to him. Part I - Question 5 • HOTS - At the end of the story, Mr. Kelada asked the narrator to throw the envelope out of the porthole. The narrator than “looked at him with a smile”. Why do you think the narrator smiled? Give information from the story to support your answer. Part I - Answer 5 Thinking skill - Inferring After defending Mrs. Ramsay’s honor and losing his own reputation, Mr. Kelada received the 100$ bill bank form Mrs. Ramsay. Until the bet the narrator didn't like Mr. Kelada. He disliked everything about him- his name, his trunk, his appearance and his behavior. However, after witnessing Mr. Kelada during the bet with Mr. Ramsay, how Mr. Kelada sacrificed his personal and professional reputation to help Mrs. Ramsay hide her betrayal in her husband, the narrator realized that he was prejudiced against Mr. Kelada. That he misjudged him. The narrator now realizes that Mr. Kelada acts as a true gentleman therefore he didn’t entirely dislike now, and so he smiled toward him. Part I - Question 6 • George quit school because (-) A. he liked hanging out with friends. B. his teachers didn't respect him. C. he wanted to earn money. D. he didn't want am education. Part I - Question 7 • Which of the following is true about Mr. Cattanzara? A. he works in the fish market. B. he listens to ball games. C. he gives George books to read. D. he likes to read the newspaper. Part I - Question 8 • When the neighbors thought that George was reading books, he sometimes skipped the park and the end of the evening. Why did he skip the park? George skipped the park where he used to dream about a better place because he felt better around the neighborhood. He didn’t feel like a stranger anymore, he felt like people liked and respect him more because they thought he was reading. Part I - Question 9 • One night, when Mr. cattanzara is drunk, he and Goerge have the following conversation : • How are your books comin’ along now? • … Fine I guess…. • You're not sure? • The change maker smiled slyly, a way Goerge had never seen him smile. • What are Mr. Cattanzara feelings toward Goerge at this point ib the story? Give information from the story to support your answer. Part I - Answer 9 One night Mr. Cattanzara who was drunk met George. Mr. Cattanzara has always liked George. He used to give him money to buy lemon ice. He cared about him, and wanted the best for him. That is why he felt he had to confront George, who was no longer a little boy. He knew George was lying about the books he read. He was trying to show George how childish and passive he was, and that he wasn’t fooled by his lies. Mr. Cattanzara wanted George to fulfill his potential, and not waste his life as Mr. Cattanzara did. Part I - Question 10 • HOTS - At the end end of the story, George “hoped nobody would mention the books anymore, and when after a couple of days, he accidiantly met Mr. Cattanzara again he didn’t… • Why didn't Mr. Cattanzara mention the books? Give information from the story to support your answer. Part I - Answer 10 After the incident with the drunk Mr. Cattanzara Gorge realized that his lie was revealed. He was certain that his neighbors would laugh and mock him for lying to them.George knew that his neighbors respected him because they thought he had read the books. Mr. Cattanzara also knew that and he didn’t want to humiliate George. I think that he wanted George to realize that he wanted George to realize that people actually think highly of him, and that he could earn this respect in an honest manner and not by lying. Part II - Question 11 • When Roger says, “I didn't aim to (steal the purse)”, Mrs. Jones (-) A. laughs at him. B. lets him go. C. walks away. D. says he is lying. Part II - Question 12 • What is Roger worried about when he gets to the house? A. Mr. Jones will call his mother. B. The people in the house will hurt him. C. Mrs. Jones will call the police. D. His family will be angry with him. Part II - Question 13 • When they get to her home, Mrs. Jones tells Roger to (-) A. wash his face. B. help her cook. C. talk to the neighbors. D. return her purse. Part II - Question 14 • What does Mrs. Jones talk about while they are eating? A. Rogers’s family. B. Her job. C. Her friends. D. The food. Part II - Question 15 • HOTS - Why do you think Mrs. Jones takes Roger to her home? Give information from the story to support your answer. Part II - Answer 15 After he tried to rob her purse from her, Mrs. Jones does the most unexpected thing and takes him to her house where she cooks dinner for them. I think that the purpose of Mr. Jones is to show Roger that he doesn’t have to steal in order to get what he wants in life. Mr. Jones tells him that she had also done things she told no one about, not even God . She did awful things too, but she wants to show him that everyone makes mistakes and that it is quite possible to choose right from wrong and become an honest person. Part III - Question 16 In the movie Dead Poets Society the teacher Mr.Keaiting, tells his students “When you read don't just consider what the author thinks, consider what you think. Make a connection between the above information and the poem Introduction to Poetry. Part III - Answer 16 In the movie “Dead Poets Society” the teacher asks his students to take into consideration their own thought and feelings when they read. This message is very similar to the message Billy Collins, the author of “Introduction to Poetry” tells us. In the poem the speaker asks the reader to enjoy the poem- to waterski across it, he wants the readers to explore it- as a mouse in a maze and to probe around looking for a light switch in a dark room. These metaphors are meant to show the readers that poetry is meant to be a journey of fun and discoveries. The writer doesn’t want the reading to be a painful process where the readers aggressively try to find out its meaning by tying the poem to a chair and beating the meaning out of it.
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